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Welcome To Ballard High School
Contact Ballard High School at 206-252-1000
 

News and Events

8th Grade Tour Dates
Ballard's evening Open House and morning Tour Dates for prospective families are now scheduled.  The events will occur on:

Open House: Thursday, February 5 7:00-9:00pm (Sport Information available at 6:30) starting in the Gym

Morning Tours: Thursday, February 12 and Wednesday, February 18 8:00-9:30am starting in the Commons

Ballard does not arrange shadowing opportunities for students, but during the month of February we allow our current students to host 8th grade visitors that they know.  The current student must pick up the paperwork in the Main Office and complete it at least a week ahead of the proposed visit.  

Another option is that students interested in Music should contact Michael James (Band), Courtney Pelavin (Choral) or Brittany Newell (Orchestra) who may be able to arrange for a visit with their students.

For more information, see our Prospective Students Frequently Asked Questions document.


DONíT MISS NEW SHORTS FROM BALLARDíS AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKERS!

Everyone is invited to a screening of new work by students in the Ballard High School Digital Filmmaking Program.  The Ballard Film Festival (BFF) will be on Saturday, February 7 and Friday, February 20 at 7 pm in the Ballard High School auditorium.  The screening will feature short comedies and dramas, advertisements, news features, and documentaries.  Tickets ($10 for adults and $5 for students) will be sold at the door.  Films that first screen at the BFF routinely take honors at prestigious national and international film festivals and the Northwest Regional Emmy Awards.

Funds raised will benefit students in the Digital Filmmaking Program.  Students in the program regularly travel to Los Angeles to tour college schools of film and television, visit program alumni enrolled in these colleges or working in the industry, and meet with film and television professionals.  Students have visited Jason Cahill (Writers Guild of America Award winner for The Sopranos) to discuss screenwriting, and Visual Effects Supervisor Bill Powloski (Breaking Bad) to discuss special effects.  Ticket sales and donations will make these trips possible for all accepted students and also provide additional production equipment.

 For more information, visit www.bhsvideo.blogspot.com .


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